Grand Hammer

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Artwork from Kirby's Return to Dream Land.
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Debut Game Kirby's Return to Dream Land
Last Game Kirby's Return to Dream Land
Type(s) Super Ability
Obtained from Super Bonkers
Power(s) Powerful variation of the Hammer ability, ability to hammer down large stakes.
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Grand Hammer is a Super Ability that is currently exclusively only available in Kirby's Return to Dream Land. It is an extremely powerful variation of Hammer Kirby, and is obtained by defeating the mid-boss Super Bonkers. Grand Hammer Kirby's appearance changes with a large blue and red rope ribbon around his head, as well as a hammer. When the execution of the Grand Hammer is initiated, the Hammer enlarges slightly, and if the player shakes the Wii Remote, the hammer becomes larger and more powerful in up to two additional stages.

The first stage of the Grand Hammer appears as a slightly larger version of the hammer that is carried. The second stage becomes a florally designed purple hammer with many differently-colored stars painted on it. The final and most powerful stage is an extremely large golden hammer with jewels on the rims, as well as large star emblems that point out. Also, once the hammer is used, it emits a large shock wave that defeats any enemies in its path. The Grand Hammer is primarily used to hammer down giant Posts and stumps that usually result in shifting the ground, but it may also be used to activate springs that will launch Kirby up, and defeat certain enemies like the Strike Box.

Grand Hammer's Moveset
Skill Button Execution Description
Grand Hammer 1 Kirby smashes his hammer down creating two small shockwaves.
Hammer Plus Shake Wii Remote during Grand Hammer Kirby's hammer grows and becomes more ornate, then he smashes it down, creating large shockwaves.
Super Hammer Plus Shake Wii Remote during Hammer Plus Kirby's hammer becomes enormous and golden, and he smashes it down, creating huge shockwaves.


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Trivia

  • Each size of hammer swing, though more powerful than the last, is also slower than the last.